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days later, his father's girlfriend, rebecca zahau, is found hanging naked and bound from the guest room balcony in the mansion's court yard. now, max's death was ruled an accident. rebecca's ruled a suicide. her family vehemently disagreed that rebecca would ever take her own life. they appeared on our show last year looking for answers. >> 911 emergency. >> 32-year-old rebecca zahau was found hanging nude and bound from a balcony the mansion's court yard. >> the body was found day after her boyfriend's son took a fall at the home would end his life. >> according to family members, rebecca zahau was watching over max tonight. she was dating the father for two years. >> our office concluded the m manner of death was suicide. >> dr. phil: you feel like they didn't follow the evidence or the signs. >> that's correct. >> as soon as i found out that she was naked and she was bound, it confirmed my fear that she did not commit suicide. she was murdered. they did not give my sister a fair investigation. >> they didn't look at a pair of women's underwear in the guest house. >> dr. phil: ho
episode has three parts. watch the program, read your book, discuss the program and... rebecca: that would be enough, enough for me ♪ ♪ everybody needs a dream catcher ♪ ♪ catch me! rebecca: "day 5: alberto helped me out again." "my car broke down. i'll have to take a bus to san francisco." seriously, though, i mean, we... let me take you back to san francisco. it's going to be faster and cheaper. i appreciate the offer but i think i'll take the bus. alberto: yeah, i suppose you have to be careful. you just can't drive with anyone. rebecca: but i still don't even know your last name. mendoza. actually, it's alberto manuel mendoza. that's a pretty good spanish accent. my family is from mexico. where in mexico? a little village west of monterrey. so, what's your full name? rebecca mary theresa casey. my grandparents are from ireland. dublin? no, from the west. it's a little town in galway. i'm told it's a beautiful place but it's a very poor town. my family's village was poor, too. you know-- no money, no jobs, just politics. i guess that's why both our families moved
... rebecca: that would be enough, enough for me ♪ ♪ everybody needs a dream catcher ♪ ♪ catch me! nancy: ah! melaku: please watch out, this dish is very spicy. we use special hot peppers in ethiopian cooking. now rebecca, please take a piece of bread and eat what you like. well, let's drink to rebecca and welcome her to san francisco. here's to the beginning of a new life! yes. here, here! as a californian! ( group laughs ) ah. this is great. ( coughs ) melaku: rebecca, would you like some more water? uh, yes, please. ah, you see, melaku not everyone believes that spice is the variety of life. angela, i believe the phrase you're looking for is "variety is the spice of life." it means... what does it mean, huh? watch out, rebecca-- edward loves to correct our speech. only when it's wrong. melaku: i'm glad you do. it helps me improve my english. you speak very well, melaku. many americans don't speak english as well as you do. i'll need it for my business someday. i'd like to hear from the new arrival. you must be experiencing a certain amount of culture shock-- moving to a new city, sharing
the program, read your book, discuss the program and... rebecca: that would be enough, enough for me ♪ ♪ everybody needs a dream catcher ♪ ♪ catch me! alberto: you see that building? i was part of the team of architects that designed it. rebecca: really? that's very impressive. thank you. it was a challenge. we had to design it to withstand earthquakes. it must be a little nerve-racking to live with the threat of earthquakes. yes and no. most of the time you don't even think about it. but then the next little tremor comes along and you think it's the big one. oh, great! oh, don't worry. i promise... no earthquakes... tonight. so, are you ready for your next san francisco treat? mm-hm. yeah? o.k. this place is magnificent. it's the palace of fine arts. it was built in 1915 as the centerpiece of the panama-pacific exposition. i've never seen anything like this before. yeah. it's a fine example of neoclassical architecture. oh, i've got a surprise for you. listen. hello! ( "ello" echoes ) ( louder ): hello! ( "hello" echoes louder ) oh, listen to that echo. what a great place to
's a live big first, husband vs wife in battle of the bulge. rebecca and randy huton are determined to turn their lives around. we both want to be in shape. especially if we want to see our son grow up. randy's dad died at 47. the houtons are in desperate need of guidance and tough love ali style. you eat all of that. you've been binging because i'm coming. (gasp) thecompetition is on. randy is already working on his burn. do it as big as you can. but there is trouble at the gym. how are we feeling? today we had how are we feeling? today we had the unexpected. ♪ randy and rebecca huton have been married for more than 20 years they've always been there to support each other no matter what the circumstances, but now they're ready for a little friendly competition. it's a live big first, husband vs wife in our weight loss challenge. rebecca and randy met and fell in love as teenagers. they were both in high school at the time and active in school sports. they married in their twenties then started a family. over the years randy and rebecca watched their weight creep higher and higher. now tw
shall, i'm chip reid and i'm rebecca jarvis. >>> here are a few of the stories we'll be looking at. the remnants of isaac spin across the midwest bringing heavy rain floodwaters are receding and likely to be a long and slow recovery begins. mitt romney gets a look at the damage and president obama heads there on monday. >>> more americans are hitting the road in labor day weekend but at a cost. gasoline prices are at more than $4 a gallon in at least five states. >>> a new era begins at penn state as the nittany lions take to the field. can the players and the college community put the jerry sandusky sex scandal behind them? and the lighter side of politics. >> there's a certain magic about a good cartoon. when you hit that, you really -- it's really, really great. >> inside the mind of a pulitzer prize winning cartoonist. all that and so much more on "cbs this morning saturday," all that and so much more on "cbs this morning saturday," september 1st, 2012. captioning funded by cbs >>> thanks for joining us and welcome to the beginning of your nice hopefully long holiday weekend. w
their cars inspected at d.c.'s only inspection station were greeted with on saturday rebecca cooper has the story of the mixed messages. >> in washington, d.c., this facility is the only place in washington you can go to get your car inspected. the former resident ron johnson says it is one thing he likes about now living in maryland. >> they have quite a few places to go to, and it is more convenient. >> this resident says it is best to always go during the week day. >> i tried to time it well. it is like a window of opportunity. >> her dad says he went to the inspection station on friday. >> i could not believe how long the line was. i almost drove away. >> people who had the day off got there only to see it would be close because of a funeral. >> i did not see sign it. >> by saturday, the signs were posted. these seem to suggest the station would be closed from 10:00 to 1:00. one resident said he waited well past 2:00 but the station never opened. turned out he needed to read the fine print or website despite the big sign saying open every saturday. these kindssides indicate it was c
to overtake the president. rebecca cooper, abc 7 news. >> thank you, rebecca. the president was in ohio and had a little bit of a tough time getting there. he had to force landed in toledo because of weather problems. they experienced some turbulence while landing. no one was hurt, and the plane put down safely on the second attempt. >> the president of iran mahmoud ahmadinejad, addressed the u.n. general assembly today. this was his eighth and final speech as president of iran. he did not mention the united states by name. >> the centers of power have entrusted themselves to the devil immigrants -- ignorance and discrimination in every part of the world. >> the united states and israel say there is a cover for weapons. >> new at 6:00 one student was walking to school two weeks ago when he was shot and killed, marckel ross, and his murder is still on the loose. >> this will -- this will start about one hour from now, and this is the second time the prince george's county police have met with parents and students here at central high school. they are looking for any information that coul
with. with.when... rebecca larson... came homee one day .../ and... saw a burglar... holding some cash ...from her purse... / she... locked heeself... in... with the crook.../ and... told her daughter ...to ggab her gun..../with... her daughter's gun... poinned at the suspect... / rebecca... managed o keep him... tied up... until police arrived. larson says: "this is our home we worked ard. it's our personal stuff and if he wants stuff like this he needs to get a job and get it. nnbody is going to come into our house and be an intruder and just take what they want." the suspected burglar... is... no stranger to police.../. he... just... got out of prison... in may.../ after spending 4 years in jail for burglary. just about every pifteen minutes in the united suicide. and the aaerican foundation for suicide prevention claims staistics age,,sex and race as indicatorr. indicators.joininggme now to discuss how to recognize the warning signs of suicide and just as important... knowing how to respond is doctor mark komrad. g-m dr. komrad.>september month
duo you don't want to mess with. with.when rebecca larson came home one day and saw a burglar holding some cash from her purse... inntead of running away... she locked herself in with the crook... and told her daughter to grab her gun.with her daughter's gun pointed at the suspect... rebecca managed to keep him tied up until police arrived. larson says: "this is our home we worked hard. it's our stuff llke this he needs to ts get a job and get it. nobody house and be an intruder and just take what they want." the suspected burglar is no stranger to police. he just got out offprison in may after spending years in jail for burglary. fall seems to have come early!it's a chilly start to your morning. morning..eteorologist steve fertig tells uss how long these temperatures will last. last. ((ad lib meteorologist)) 3 ((traffic reporter ad libs)) map fiber map 395 map wilkens map 3 3 3 3 how the process... of spending your money... money...can break a city's budg. budget.in our cover story... next. anncr: a good job. it's the key to a good life. but it isn't always easy to find one.
to be the ideal person. >> rebecca said her new boyfriend was great at first but when she caught him in a lie, things began to change. >> he had a list of people he forbade me to call or get in touch with. >> it escalated into abuse. >> he would yell with his fists held down, but your right -- but like yelling at me. >> did you ever say, this guy is dangerous, i've got to get out of here? >> i really love him. i felt that he had had such a terrible childhood that maybe i could help him. >> he never physically hurt her but rebecca lost a lot of weight and went on anti-anxiety drugs. >> he started punching walls and tables and a friend of mine witness that. she said there is a very fine line. >> it is about power and control. >> experts say abusers typically blame the victim while exerting more and more control. >> checking where they are everyday or physical and sexual abuse. >> yeardley love died at the hands of her ex-boyfriend, george huguely, last year. rebecca said she escapes, went to police, got a restraining order, and changed the locks. >> are you still afraid? >> i am still afraid, y
xgdg >>> good morning i'm rebecca jarvis. >> i'm anthony mason. here are a few stories we'll be looking at on "cbs this morning" saturday. the biggest scandal to hit the vatican. the pope's personal butler admits to giving out secret information and stands trial this morning. the verdict could have profound implications for the roman catholic church. >>> polls show mitt romney's path to the white house may be narrowing. his best chance to turn the tide is wednesday's first presidential debate. with the stakes incredibly high, both candidates have begun preparing for their big night. >>> he's a former governor, action star and weight lifter. now arnold schwarzenegger is looking to become the comeback kid. he's written a memoir, but his first test comes on "60 minut " minutes." >> i think it was the stupidest thing i've done in the whole relationship. >> will there be a second act for schwarzenegger? >>> he's the british secret agent with the best gadgets and the hottest villains. his name bond, james bond. he's turn 50 and he may be trading in his shaken martini for a beer
tomorrow. bill, good morning to you. >> rebecca, jeff, good morning. since the republicans ended their convention and mitt romney hit the road, the obama campaign's line of attack has played off what it charges are the republican's distortion and untruths. the campaign staff and the president himself have accused the romney campaign of outright lying. in the swing state of colorado, president obama was on offense. telling voters what they should expect from his rival's campaign. >> the other side is going to spend more money than we've ever seen in our lives with an avalanche of attack ads and insults and making stuff up, just making stuff up. >> that was the same line of attack his senior aides hammered home on the sunday political talk shows using the l-word to describe the romney campaign and specifically its message on medicare and welfare reform. >> their campaign is built on a tripod of lies. >> the one thing you're left with is they think that lying is a virtue. >> the president's advisers were on a -- >> yes or no, are americans better off today than four years ago? >> li
correspondent, rebecca cooper. >> thanks so much for joining us for a look at business and finance in the washington region. i'm suzanne knedyillingng in for rebecca cooper. we made it through the political conventions and a new rou of jobs numbers. also another w closer to the auautomatic feral spending cuts. weill have more on those topics coming up in our roundtable. but first, a f few minutes on a sector of the economy that have done better here in the capital reregion than most other -- other placaces. real estate. hohomeowners took a later hit tha those and many of the market, and we were also o quicker to see signs of recovery. joining me isonna evers, a real-estate agent an expert. talk to us s a little bit about what is going on in the market in the washington area. >> we did not get hit like many others in the country but we did see some have been. the dollar volume of sales from the p peak to the bottom of the market fell about 50% that is bibig. prices only fell about 18% in the metro marketplacece. thhugely sucssfupart of the market. it was not so bad. now we are seein
correspondent rebecca cooper. >>>> hap labor day weekend and thanks for joinining us for a look at business and finance in t region to it rebecca cooper is on assnment. republicans in tampa spent the week generating in the season for r putting mitt romney in the white house. federal reserve chairman ben bernan prop importance during a speech in wyoming. we will look at those topicics during our roundtable segment. first, comings and g goings at reagan national l airport. the vivirgin americaca flit is now serving san francisco. it would be easy enough to overlook if washington were just anotherr city anreagan national just another airport, bubut they are e not. they are making the west coast trip thanks to a speci waiver exempting the flight from a special seset of rules. there are only about 20 of those daily exceptions tohe 1200- mile rule.e. i spoke with the virgin america president and ceo aboardhe first bridge a and american airlines to land at washington rarankin. -- reagan. it marks the start of the virgin america service into reagan national airport. thank you for being on “washin
you. rebecca miller, thank you very much for being here. [applause] rudy bagsby, thank you for stepping up and being part of this. sylvia kwan, thank you very much. ted eagan, thank you very much for stepping up on this workforce. tiffany, thank you very much. keep us focused on central market, too. tom from riverbed technology, thank you. trent, thank you very much for all of your great work. jimena from bank of america, thank you very much for stepping up. [applause] finally, the largest body we have today, but one of the most important ones, one that today we have shared appointments with the board of supervisors is our youth commission. [applause] yes. i assure you that people from this body, as well as all the other bodies, will one day see somebody standing in my place or in the place of the people standing by the side of meat and their respective offices. our youth are important. whether it is public safety, education, free muni, all the things we deem important to make this city healthy. you are charged with helping us with the best inclusion and policies we can hav
was hitting virginia with a visit by the candidate's wife. she held a rally in leesburg and spoke with rebecca cooper. we will have that interview a little bit later in the newscast. >> moving on to attitude being picked up at the ballpark. strasburg will be during his final home game of the season. he is preparing to take the mound tonight. autria has more on tonight's game. >> he hit the nail on the head when he said that the fan reaction is mixed. there is some excitement as they turn out to see him pitch in his final home game of the season. fans have now for five months this day was coming as they announced they would be putting his health ahead of the playoffs. people knowing if they did not turn out tonight that they would have to wait until after spring training to see strasburg firing them off. there were not going to miss seeing him take the mound against the marlins tonight given that they saw his first pitch, so they could not miss his last. >> we waited half the night to see it. it was raining out there. then we went to hagerstown. we have seen him in a few different places. >> th
xgdg >>good morning i'm rebecca jarvis. >> i'm anthony mason. here are a few stories we'll be looking at on "cbs this morning" saturday. the biggest scandal to hit the vatican. the pope's personal butler admits to giving out secret information and stands trial this morning. the verdict could have profound implications for the roman catholic church. >>> polls show mitt romney's path to the white house may be narrowing. his best chance to turn the tide is wednesday's first presidential debate. with the stakes incredibly high, both candidates have begun preparing for their big night. >>> he's a former governor, action star and weight lifter. now arnold schwarzenegger is looking to become the comeback kid. he's written a memoir, but his first test comes on "60 minut " minutes." >> i think it was the stupidest thing i've done in the whole relationship. >> will there be a second act for schwarzenegger? >>> he's the british secret agent with the best gadgets and the hottest villains. his name bond, james bond. he's turn 50 and he may be trading in his shaken martini for a beer
the hour now. chris is here for the hour. we'll be joined by rebecca berg from "buzzfeed" later in the hour as well. put it of but first -- >> other headlines making news on this tuesday. apple is shattering all records with its new iphone 5. two million phones were ordered on the first day that it was made available. that's more than double the day one sales of the last phone. >> bill: for the record, i only ordered one. >> you have to be careful because you ordered yours late in the day. you might not actually get it on friday. i'm dead serious. if you ordered it through the wireless people, you might not get it on friday. >> bill: i ordered it like about 11:00 or so. pretty soon, all of the people up in buffalo wanted to see my phone with the rubber band on it. i got two more weeks to go. >> apple stock price yesterday went over $700 a share. >> what did you buy at? >> awhile ago. i have owned apple stock for many years. >> you lucky dog. >> and bristol palin -- >> he also bought facebook stock. >>
>>> good morning. i'm rebecca jarvis. >> i'm anthony mason. here a few stories we'll be looking at on cbs saturday. violent protests spread to two dozen countries. insurgents killed two marines. this as the bodies of four americans including the first u.s. ambassador killed in the line of duty in 33 years finally come home. >> the people of egypt, libya, yemen and tunisia did not trade the tyranny of a dictate orfor the tyranny of a mob. >> with just 52 days until the election president obama is leading mitt romney in the polls. and the number of americans who believe the country is going in the righting direction is at a three year high. >> another royal scandal reminiscent of paparazzi chasing princess diana. topless pictures of kate middleton are released. this time the royals are fighting back. >> a new menu at mcdonald's. it will tell you how many calories are in your burgers and fries. all that and so much more on cbs "this morning," saturday, september 15, 2012. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning welcome to the weekend. . >> happy saturday. >> a lot of news this m
're so excited today. we have rebecca and brian with us to tell us an inspirational story. rebecca, it's nice to see you. >> good to see you. >> rebecca's lost 80 pounds in the last two years. >> we had been faithfully paying our monthly gym membership but never going... decided that the money that we'd been spending every month on the dues for the gym, that we could buy a total gym. >> gena: absolutely. >> and, um, maybe we'd actually use it. [all laugh the first month, i think i lost about 10 pounds and once you start working out and you're losing weight and seeing those results and you just feel so great. you have so much more energy that you can't wait to get out there the next day and do it again. >> so brian, how much weight did you lose? >> i've lost 45 pounds, and i do the six-to-eight-minute-a-day workout. >> there are so many different exercises that you can do, that you don't ever get bored. >> i like this one. you can really feel that. >> chuck: and then if you want to work bicep, which i'll do, now i'll go right into the bicep. >> look at her arms already. i mean, this is
of the republican metidential candidate ronnie spoke to supporters in leesburg. also sat down with rebecca one and here is voters when they ask why to choose mitt. >> look at its track record. he gets it. i say to people to trust him. give the keys to the guy who run the car. >> you can see her full interview with her this sunday at 11:30 on "washington weekly." beene haqqani have declared a terrorist organization. she notified congress of it today. secretary clinton says the united states will continue robust campaign of diplomatic military -- diplomatic, d other sanctions on to initiate a violent attacks. >> the 11th anniversary of 9/11 remembered that each of y scheduled services that day. the and trendy in of the theedrals as part of ministry is to help the steel and move past tragedy of 9/11. >> a local musician goes to jail in drug charges. his neighbors are already he getsabout the day out. an emotional day for the of 92-year-old woman stabbed to death in her home. living next to the man who turned are to be her killer. doug hill. north of the area, heavy thunderstorms trekking in. [ ro
>>> good morning. i'm anthony mason. >>> i'm rebecca jarvis. here a few of the stories we'll be looking at on "cbs this morning" saturday. >>> 59 days until the election. and there's no talk of a convention bounce. instead, a disappointing jobs report has both candidates telling us only they can get us back to work. >>> an 85 mile an hour speed limit on a texas toll road. authorities say it's a good way to raise money. but will it cost more in lives? >>> some of the biggest names in tech race their cutting-edge product to the market. nokia, google trying to beat apple. >> the stars of tv, film and theater, take the stage together fighting back for a great cause. we'll look as barry, hanks, swichlt and paltrow stand up for cancer. >>> all that and so much more on "cbs this morning saturday." >>> all that and so much more on "cbs this morning saturday." september 8, 2012. captioning funded by cbs >>> good saturday morning to you anthony. >> welcome to the weekend. >> welcome to the weekend. it's been a couple of weeks of hot political debates in the united states. >> it sure
: what is term goal? look, 22 million hits puts you in the stratos fire. >> up there with rebecca black. >> mike: and your message is better than rebecca black's song will ever be. obviously you struck a nerve with people. and tell me what you hope to achieve long-term. >> i think we can get people to raise their hand for jesus my heart is to impact the college being demo and make disciples all over the nation and infect him with the grace. we are launching and we launched a college ministry in tacomma and our official launch is next week. >> that is go to the king.tv and we are in a super stage right now. i will be up there for a while and may even die there. >> mike: it is a remarkable kind of an approach you have taken and i am thrilled to be having you here. it is fresh and having someone take on the institutions and not being against it. and being for it to be authentic. and jeff, it is it a delight to have you here. thank you very, very much. and thank you for joining us. and i hope your life is authentic if it is not, jeff will come and get you. until next week, i am mike huckabe
to get a lot of attention. >> the report came out about 90 minutes ago. rebecca jarvis is here. what do the numbers tell us about how the i come is doing? >> the numbers tell us that the economy is creating fewer jobs than expected. in august, the economy added 96,000 new jobs. that was short of analyst forecasts, and the unemployment rate did drop from 8.3% from 8.1%, but it was not because of the new jobs. instead, unemployment fell because the labor force and participation in it shrank for the month. if you're not actively seeking work, you are not counted in the official jobless statistics. there are now 12.5 million unemployed americans. 5 million or 40% of them have been out of work for six months or more. so far this year the economy has created an average of 139,000 jobs a month. last year the number was slightly higher at 153,000 jobs. you need about 150,000 jobs a month just to keep up with population growth. and a number that economists would consider healthy would be more in the range of 200,000 jobs. so where were the jobs created in august? well the
i'm anthony mason. >> i'm rebecca jarvis. here a few of the stories we're looking at on cbs "this morning saturday." a very taxing day for the romney campaign. ann romney has a scare in the air. her husband decides to release his 2011 returns. we'll look inside the numbers as early voting begins in the 2012 presidential campaign. >> mauling at the famed bronx zoo. a man leaps from a monorail into the tiger's cage. only quick action by zoo keepers may have saved his life. >> rarely do you get to see a random act of guidance. we'll tell you one by a canadian bus driver that left his passengers in tears. ♪ fly me to the moon >> a living legend in the sky. the nation's longest serving flight attendant, served celebrities and presidents in a career that lasted more than 60 years. he'll tell us what it was like to fly so many miles that he could have gone to the moon back 40 times over. all that and so much more on cbs "this morning saturday," september 22, 2012. >> good morning, welcome to the weekend. nice to be with you. >> great to see you. we want to begin this morning with a sca
. it disappoints me. >> reporter: d.c. nutritionist rebecca says this news may encourage those who shy away from colorful foods because of contaminants especially if they can't afford organic food. >> about 70% of americans don't get their daily fruits andvegetables. the most important thing is to get those colorful fruits and vegetables whether they're organic or not. >> reporter: rebecca says it's not the only reason nor choosing organic. >> it's a personal choice and those who have the income to do it and who are consciously thinking about the environment and the farmers and the quality of the food supply, they're using their dollar to vote that they prefer organic foods. >> reporter: and we should note one area stanford researchersdid see a difference, there is a greater risk of antibiotic resistant bacteria in the nonorganic pork and chicken they tested. public health advocates say it contributes to drug resistant germs that can make people sick. >>> flu season is right around the corner, and doctor's offices and drugstores already have their supplies of this year's vaccine. you may wonder
with democracy was nothing new for christopher stevens. rebecca cooper has more. >> friends and colleagues say that both libyans and americans are mourning the loss of all life that gave so much to support the cause of freedom. >> my name is chris stevens and i am the new u.s. ambassador to libya. >> by the time he took over this year as u.s. ambassador to libya, friends and colleagues said he had already risked his life to support the libyan uprising. >> a dramatic mission, at the beginning of the revolution. >> at a press conference, the director of the libyan emergency task force stepped up and talked up his bravery. >> he was there. he was one of the first people to travel to ban gauzy -- to benghazi. >> i am heartbroken heartbroken. this is a man who came to rescue the libyans. >> a second victim, a foreign service information manager, sean smith leaves behind a wife and two children. >> they gave their lives in service to the country and to the resolution of conflicts. >> on tuesday, sean smith sent a message to an online gaming colleagues that they were under attack, making a joke that
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